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and cow fire have contained it and there is no damage. there is no damage to any of these homes. we'll update you on this story as needed throughout this newscast. developing news now in the investigation of a deadly officer-involved shooting in san francisco's bay view district. the police department revealed a short time ago that they believe the fatal shot came from harding's own gun. traci grant has the details from the bay view with that story. >> reporter: well, jessica, the medical examiner, sfpd, and crime specialists, civilian crime specialists from the crime lab actually made an unexpected announcement this afternoon. they say, yes, officers did shoot kenneth harding junior. but what actually killed him was a self-inflicted gunshot to the head. now, police say 19-year-old kenneth harding junior of seattle was shot and killed while running from police who tried to detain him for not paying his muni fair on
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saturday. they shot at harding because they believed he shot at them. a 40 caliber bullet, the kind that was used by the sfpd, went through right his leg. but it was a 380 caliber bullet that went through his head. >> we believe that the fatal wound on mr. harding's body was self-inflicted. the investigation is still ongoing as to whether this is an intentional act. >> reporter: police have called harding a person of interest in a shooting that killed a 19-year-old woman last week. not long after the shooting of harding, police were able to recover a gun but now they are saying they don't believe that gun was the one that killed harding. they are offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads them to the weapon.
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live in san francisco, traci grant, nbc bay area news. >> it's a sensitive and delicate story. now, new information in another highly charged story. this video is just being released by b.a.r.t. surveillance video of just before he was shot and killed on the b.a.r.t. platform. he fired three shots and fires 26 seconds after arriving. as he fires, a knife flies into the frame. b.a.r.t. police say -- we see the knife there in the circle. what we don't see is hill throwing a bottle at officers and advancing towards them with that knife towards his head. >> the officer gave him the order to drop the knife. >> here is the shot of the
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knife, it's an eight-inch blade. the investigation into the shooting is ongoing. happening right now, police and s.w.a.t. are working an active scene in union city where a suspect is under arrest after a tense standoff. the situation began to unfold at 10:00 a.m. when officers responded to a brick-in. it's a relatively quiet neighborhood on the west side of 880 near the alvarado-nils exit. when the suspect ran into a nearby house, law enforcement ran after him. plus conducted an extensive search going house to house at one point. after several hours, a canine unit helped find the burglary suspect hiding in a storage head. police are looking for accomplices at this hour. the warnings are clear and they should be enough.
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park rangers say they have no plans to post any additional warnings in spite of the deaths of three hikers swept over the fall during the weekend. the search, which could take weeks or even months due to the fast moving water, has been scaled down. the landscape is so treacherous that search teams are banned from entering the merced river. witnesses watched the three ignore posted warning sign and climbed over a handrail to take photographs before suddenly being pulled into the water. no longer willing to sit back and watch gang members take over their neighborhood, richmond is fighting back. community members are saying, enough is enough. ee lease is live in richmond. this is a fight that richmond has been fighting for years. >> reporter: we actually asked
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the chief of police the exact question as he unveiled the new plan to stop the violence here and he admitted this new plan is really not that different. his department is just taking on a more hands-on approach and that's something that we're also seeing on city streets. you take a look behind me and you can see a man holding a sign, "honk for peace." >> laying down on the ground, and he was dead. >> reporter: shot outside of a community center with children playing nearby. >> it was broad daylight and i don't understand. >> reporter: gunned down at close range, 20-year-old daryl russell died instantly. two years ago his brother cameron seen here was also killed in a shooting on city street, leaving a mother to mourn the loss of two of her three children. it's the third homicide this week in the ion triangle and richmond's eight killing in the last month. >> the reason it's getting so bad is because there's no job,
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no opportunity, no hope, there's no dreams. >> reporter: police say the violence is part of an ongoing feud between north and central richmond. >> i can't go to any more funerals, meetings, hear any more plans. i want some action right now. >> reporter: the action, authorities say, a new gang task force with richmond p.d. and contra costa county sheriff's department. >> is there something different about us working together? no. different strategy about putting our officers in the same cars, doing regular briefings with each other? yes, we're going to do more. >> reporter: but family members of daryl and cameron are skeptical. >> nobody care no more. it's -- the people are just dying. but it's my family. >> reporter: and thanks to a $400,000 grant, the police officer is employing a new project called project cease fire. authorities will meet one on one with known criminals asking them
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to personally stop the violence. investigators are also offering a reward, up to $20,000, for any information leading to an arrest in the latest shootings. live in richmond, nbc bay area news. >> elise, thank you. a pafl and emotional lesson to learn, but the university will install seat belts in the campus shuttles in the wake of a crash that killed a professor last week. a memorial is being held this week for dr. kevin mak, a 52-year-old psychiatrist and associate professor. mack was a passenger in a campus shuttle that witnesses say ran a red light and collided with a big rig in san francisco's hayes valley neighborhood. it happened last thursday. mack was ejected from the shuttle bus and pinned underneath that big rig. ucsf will install seat belts by the end of august. a bicyclist struck by a food truck has died. the violent collision in the
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city's south of market neighborhood, nancy hoe made an illegal street on fremont street in front of the food delivery truck. ho was not wearing a helmet and suffered a critical head injury. she was pronounced dead last night. tonight at 6:00, our first look at two suspects charged with killing a woman, setting her on fire, and then dumping her body in the streets of an up scale oakland neighborhood. salvador and hector garcia were charged with murder. the charges carry special circumstances that would mean they are eligible for the death penalty or a life in prison. she was the mother of aed to bler. they are gang members who were and rifted on tuesday, several days after police were led on high-speed chases. bay chair children who rely on the big sisters, big brothers
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program are facing a bleak future. funding is being dramatically cut. j jodi hernandez talks about how you could be the miracle that they are waiting for. >> reporter: an east oakland girl with four brothers and officers whose father has been in prison for as long as she can remember. >> we've been recently to a lot of a's baseball games, we go padd paddle boating on lake merit, we watch movies. i try to expose her to new ideas. we talk about college. >> reporter: but the big brothers, big sisters program is facing a bleak future. a half million dollars in federal funds earmarked towards kids with parents in prison has been cut. >> it's very sad because these are the kids who need to have
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some adult that can show them some other lifestyle. >> reporter: they are asking the community to dip into their pockets to keep the program afloat. little susan is an example of how successful the mentoring is. after nearly two years spending time with big sister amelia, the once shy 7-year-old has new dreams. >> i want to be a lawyer, too, because like she works hard and she -- and talks to people. and i want to talk to people and help them. >> her big sister hopes the program will somehow get the funds it needs so more children like susan can realize their potential. >> i just hope that she wants to the same for herself, that she sees that there's so much more than she can do in life, that she can dream it and she can do it. >> reporter: >> in the east bay, jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> dozens of kids with parents in prison are currently on the
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waiting list hoping to get a mentor. big brothers, big sisters, says they will have 200 fewer kids if they don't find the money that they need. we have breaking news out of southern california. two people have been arrested in the brian stow case. not only have they arrested two people but giovani who was thought to be the primary suspect in this beating case has been exonerated. two people have been arrested in the brian stow case. this, according to the l.a. times, within the hour. brian stow was attacked at the dodgers stadium parking lot on opening day on march 31st. he remains in stable condition. the reward money has been raised to $225,000. the l.a. times reporting that two suspects have been arrested in the beating case of brian stow. we'll continue to follow this developing news throughout the
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hour. >> and ramirez remains in jail on a weapons parole violation. still ahead at 6:00, court documents revealing a new fight between arnold schwarzenegger and maria shriver. what the former governor is refusing to pay for. on the rise, rent keeps going up and getting more expensive. what's behind the spike and why some say it may actually be a good thing. and we're going to take you inside a small east bay company's experimental coffee lab to see what they are brewing. plus, the celebrity we ran into there. all right. good evening. i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. while the winds are starting to shift, still hot out there for new walnut creek, 95. please son ton, 90. there's the fog. 'sitolling. in we'll tell you about the impact and what it means for you coming up. 's
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well, there's someone on this anchor desk that drinks up to 3 to 4 cups a day. sometimes. >> very caffeinated. well, in the east bay, you'll find a very true blue oakland a. coffee company with a fervernt following. >> for a while, it was one of the best kept secrets but it's not a secret anymore. as its reputation grows, so does the company itself. tonight, we take you inside oakland's blue bottle coffee. as the roaster heats up the beans, the lines are growing at blue bottle coffee. a small company bringing a very hot product to a very loyal fan base that would never settle for starbucks.
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>> no. no. no. there's play coffee and there's real coffee. this is real coffee. >> clarity and lightness, a lot of dimensions. >> that's blue bottle founder, james free man, who says oakland turned out to be the ideal place for his company. >> it's kind of a chancey neighborhood, i didn't know who would come by but every month it's busier than the month before and people have been super loyal. >> $4.75, please. >> reporter: in fact, you never know who is going to show up. we ran into the actor mark ruffalo. >> first of all, it's a beautiful cup of coffee. it's a gorgeous cup of coffee. now, this is the moment that we've all been waiting for. ow! it's hot. >> he's been overreacting all morning. >> once again. >> so they make this here? >> they do. >> reporter: we then toured blue bottles experimental coffee lab. this machine is a siphon coffee
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maker for the truly die hard java fans. >> we're really trying to bring out the sugars in the coffee. >> reporter: whatever your blend, blue bottle probably has it, fresh, organic, and devoted to its oakland home. >> there's great, talented people that live here. there's a lot of opportunities. >> reporter: with a growing number of coffee drinkers, just as devoted to their favorite brand. >> people that work behind the counter, they are fabulous. they know us by names. okay? who wouldn't come? >> reporter: it's a quickly growing business given the local economy a caffeinated jolt. tomorrow night, we take you back to the east bay and inside a company that does its work on the ground but whose results are seen in outer space. i'm scott budman, nbc bay area news. >> blue bottle has a great cup of coffee. california is taking action now to make sure the federal government doesn't leave the
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state high and dry. the state plans to borrow $5 billion from private investors next week to protect itself in case the federal government defaults on its debt. they are asking banks, credit unions, and investment funds to help the state just in case washington fails to reach a deal to extend the government's borrowing authority. also in sacramento, lawmakers took aim on a controversial proposal involving circumcision. this story has received international headlines and stems from san francisco. we bring in janelle wang from the newsroom. >> several things are going on right now. assembly woman to stifle a ballot, it bans circumcision and if passed t. would make it a misdemeanor, punishable by possible jail time. this afternoon, assembly woman presented a bill that would make
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sure that it doesn't happen and continue to give parents the right to choose. the bill bars local governments from banning circumcision and is being filed as an emergency atute stich would mean that it would become a law immediately if signed by the governor. in another california news tonight, state senator ted gains from roseville is trying to reverse a law that requires homeowners to pay a state fire fee, as much as $150 a year for fire prevention services. raising an estimated $50 million this fiscal year. the state senator says the homeowners already pay taxes for fire services, so it would be like double taxation. a local group is trying to reverse another law that goes into effect on january 1st. it requires schools to teach about the societal contributions of gays and less bians. it would need to gather more than 500,000 voter signatures
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within 90 days to place the issue before voters next year. as you can imagine, it's receiving a lot of republican support. janelle wang, nbc news. all right. let's bring in our chief meteorologist, jeff ranieri. >> it finally feels like summer again. >> yes, it does. take a look at some of our hot spots. walnut creek, 95. please son ton, 94. livermore, 90. so we did feel a little shred of cooling. san francisco at 65 but still above average and hot in the east bay. up to 94 in the valley. the onshore flow is aggressive at this point. you can see the fog building up from the oakland camera looking towards downtown san francisco. building up to about 1500 feet. it's going to bring that patchy fog back again for tonight with current numbers in the 60s
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across the coastline and peninsula. 75 in santa rosa. winds are starting to shift and that's going to help the fog to form tonight. mainly a westerly flow, between 5 to 15 miles per hour. we want to update you on the grass fire in 340r began hill. the weather conditions is a big component of this. temperatures in the 70s. we're at least 60 acres that burned in this area. we're hearing that they had pretty good containment of this. it's out at this point but no doubt firefighters are still out near cochran road where this fire started this afternoon. watching for any hot spots because winds gusting to 18 miles per hour and we could still see things reignite out there. be cautious. as we take a look out here where we're finding is that the jet stream is going to take a dip as we head into the weekend. it's going to bring in namely cooler air. hot weather will go away as we
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head into tomorrow's forecast. details on how hot it's going to get for your weekend coming up in a little bit. back to you guys. >> thank you, jeff. still ahead at 6:00, fly me to the moon. silicon valley, v.i.p., launches the next era of space exploration. also ahead, grading california's college system. why a new report card shows falling grades here in california. i'm mariannewhrovafafavaro. the link between height and your risk of cancer. that story is next. slow-cookedk with sweet and smoky barbecue sauce, all on freshly baked bread. subway. eat fresh®.
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at&t now admits it violated california law when 1300 gallons of diesel fuel spilled from a facility into the guadalupe river. the telecommunications giant will pay $40,000 to settle a lawsuit stemming from that october 2nd spill. most of the money will go towards reimbursing public agencies that responded and vow that the at&t facility failed.
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so often earn we focus on weight, how much we weigh as it relates to the risk of heart disease and diabetes. but what about our height? >> your height may have something to do with your cancer risk. marianne is here with our health watch. what an unusual link. >> it really is. this research is all focused on women, jessica. taller women have a higher risk of developing ten different types of cancers. including skin, colon, and breast cancer. the study looked at more than 1 million people in the uk corresponded to a 16% risk of cancer risk. taller women don't need to worry more because they are generally healthier, which means a lou w w are risk of heart disease, the leading killer of women in the u.s. more evidence that hepatitis c can be sexually transmitted. the virus was thought to be
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transmitted exclusively by blood, such as sharing needles among iv users. but an outbreak of the virus among gay men found the virus may alsoen transmitted through sexual activity. hepatitis c can cause severe liver disease and even death if left untreated. it affects more than three million americans. how's your attitude? a positive attitude on life may help reduce the risk of strokes. researchers studied 6,000 adults and more optimistic were less likely to have a stroke over a two-year period. the study is not conclusive and study participants were followed for only two years. my mom said this is proof of what she told me was right. your attitude determines your altitude. >> mom is always right.
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thank you, marianne. still ahead at 6:00, an end of an era. plus, on this historic day in space, doug mcconnell takes a look at the space in history of space exploration and how it is shaping its future as well. millionaires fighting with millionaires. we have promising developments for the raiders and 49ers. the nfl season may just be happening right quick. we're trying to hang on. but we're thinking about taking off. >> plus, sky high. why more and more people are being pd ceoft bouhere t a malket.ear m
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ramirez, who was thought to be the primary suspect of the brian stow beating has been exonerated. two arrests have been made according to the l.a. times. there has been an e-mail statement that the stow investigation continues. we are making good progress and as details become available, we will make them public. we cannot confirm or deny the report in the l.a. times and that's according to the los angeles police department so they are not confirming or denying the story in the l.a. times. the two arrests have been made in the brian stow case. brian stow beat up in the parking lot of the dodgers stadium. he remains in stable condition at san francisco general hospital. well, get ready to pay more if you're looking to rent. a research company says the average rent in the silicon valley is nearly $1800. the study shows that's an increase of almost 8% compared to this time last year.
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damian trujillo reports from san jose where rents might be as high as some home mortgage payments. >> we're trying to hang on but we're thinking about taking off. >> reporter: angelo is like other renters who is finding themselves priced out of the rental market. rents are rising again, especially in the silicon valley. just ask this south bay techie. >> it's about 1,000 feet. and it's a little over 2,000. >> reporter: 2,000? >> yeah, a little over. >> reporter: a drop in the bucket? >> no. >> all of that is compounded by the fact that there has not been a significant amount of new rental housing built in the last couple of years. >> reporter: joshua howard is ceo of the california apartment association south bay headquarters. he thinks the rise in the rental prices is actually a good thing. >> i think that we are seeing the economy turn around and this is a sign that the bay area
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economy is beginning to improper. >> reporter: the research was done on complexes with 50 or more units, like this one. there are still duplexes in san jose with rents as low as $700 per month but those come without a pool or a gym. he says he may not be around to see how high the rents will go by this time next year. >> well, they are increasing them so rapidly, people are having to move out of the silicon valley. >> reporter: in san jose, damian trujillo, nbc bay area news. it may come as no surprise to students and professors that a skating report states that colleges and universities are in decline. once considered the best values, researchers at cal state sack consider men tow say the uc systems no longer lead in afford built or performance. tuition and fee increases exceed the national average and the study concludes that each
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generation is less educated than the one before, a trend which could discourage high-tech companies from coming to california and could impact future tax revenue. well, they do this every july 21st and they do it with a heavy heart. contra costa county fire district observed a moment of silence this morning. the district has held the ceremony every july 2 sl is it since 2007 and captain and died while fighting a house fire so this memorial was put together on the one-year anniversary of the death of two of our firefighters. >> fire officials say they are grateful that no firefighter in contra costa county died in the line of duty during the past year. the space shuttle "atlantis"
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made a picture perfect landing at the kennedy space center putting an end to the space shuttle program. the shuttle was greeted on the runway by many who have dedicated their lives to the space program. the clear skies helped with the beautiful landing. the atlantis headed home from the international space station after 200 or bits around earth and a journey totaling more than five million miles. how is that for a commute? atlantis touching down three decades of space shuttle flights. well, you've probably driven by countless times on highway 101 on mountain view. it's an old field looming alongside of the road. >> move fit field. i grew up next to it. is t played a significant role in the american aviation. now it's at the cutting edge of science in the 21st century. >> doug shows us the universe of ex plo rags at the nasa research center. >> the fact that we're not afraid to try new things is what
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intrigues me the most. >> reporter: the research center has been a hot bed of innovation for almost 80 years. >> the gentleman developed this way back when which flies above 600 miles an hour to lower the drag. >> right here? >> right here. >> reporter: the first space program to leave the solar system sent by nasa ames in the 1970s. these achievements began here in october 1933 when the uss maccon designed to guard our coastline moved into hanger one. it was one of the largest aircraft ever flown. sadly, it crashed in tissue lent weather off point sir in 1935. >> here at moffit field, the past has been extraordinary. the present is absolutely fascinating, and the future appears to be very promising and also exciting.
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>> back to planet earth to benefit the people of the planet. >> reporter: the breakthrough building will be the greenest and most sustainable building in the entire federal government. setting a national standard as nasa and all of us move into the future. >> everything that went into this building was done to minimize the amount of energy and maximize the comfort for the occupants. >> reporter: and saving energy on the go, on planet earth, will play a major role here too in the years ahead. >> this is the worlds fastest electr electric racing car. >> reporter: it's building and stress testing electric systems on race cars for use on all kinds of street vehicles and what is called the nasa research part to help nasa achieve its missions for the future. >> because they are kind of like rockets: they are a little like rockets. >> reporter: they are used to going fast? >> exactly. >> reporter: and tim collins
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also likes to go fast in his converted miata now available for other small cars. i had a great time takes the e-ata out for a quiet and gas-free spin down the road. >> no wonder you're having so much fun. >> isn't it fun. >> reporter: all of us can have fun here and nasa's exploration center for a view of a moon rock, one of the very first man space capsules. we can be inspired by a legacy of innovation and commitment to the future that jack boyd, who has a street named after him here, knows very well. >> so, jack, this is a model of mars, your second favorite planet in the solar system. are we going to get there some day? >> of course we're going to get there. it's a matter of whether it's ten years or 30 years. we're going to get there because people want to explore. >> reporter: doug mcconnell, nbc bay area news. >> now, the navy is working on a
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massive project to remove contamination on the hanger one and should be completed by the spring of 2012. >> so doug traded in his jeep? still ahead at 6:00, the next age of space exploration taking flight here in the bay area. i'm scott budman and you're right, raj. perhaps nasa handing offhe t batton to technologists. next. what arnold schwarzenegger won't pay for in his divorce from maria shriver. and good evening, i'm chief meteorologist jeff raineer ynie. hot in the east bay. san jose airport hitting 83 and san francisco, 65. it's starting to cool off at the coastline. details on how long the warm air will stick around coming up.
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normer former governor arnold schwarzenegger says he doesn't want to pay his wife maria shriver spousal support. . >> the couple announced their split after 25 years of marriage. schwarzenegger disclosed that he fathered a child with a two teenage sons and did not have a preshup initial agreement this dispute is expected to have little affect on the vorts since they are expected to reach an out of court settlement. well, the countdown is under way for the weekend. jeff ranieri joins us with what to expect over the weekend.
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>> numbers are going down. the fog is starting to roll in. if you're a fan of the heat, i'm sorry. it's gone for now. as you can see with that fog building, details of what this means for your weekend forecast coming right up. coming up in sports, are you ready for some football? the owners made some progress but the players say, not so fast. deta dry mouth is uncomfortable. it can also lead to serious dental problems. [ male announcer ] new act total care dry mouth is alcohol-free and has fluoride to strengthen teeth. stronger teeth and dry mouth relief. a big thank you this friday and saturday! just use your jcpenney rewards credit card to save an extra 20% on all your favorite brands, including home! no exclusions! go to to see everything on sale. we make style affordable. you make it yours.
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scott budman is always at the cutting edge. another space race is under way. >> the silicon valley is playing a starring role. scott budman is live in mountain view where some very cool technology is going to be shown off tonight. hey, scott. >> reporter: hey, jessica. we're here at the space museum in mountain view. it's playing host to what could be the next chapter of our nation's space program. the starring role tonight, a silicon valley company called moon express which is called combining technology and venture funding to build a lunar lander. it has hopes of not only going back to the moon but the company wants to be something like a federal express for the space program using local know-how to get there. >> i think in some sense
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president obama has done the right thing. these are not the things that government should have been doing. government has been doing the right thing, which is to open scientific innovation and now is the time for the silicon valley to commercialize the efforts. >> it's already on the west coast. the only place to go now is the space and the moon. the moon is part of a two-world system. it's the earth and the moon. it's part of a stepping stone towards outer space and the stars. >> moon express admits the costs of one of these could be tens and millions of dollars and could quickly make that money back through mining and transportation business. the company will be showing off some of it is technology later this evening and hopes to launch within the next two to three years. reporting live in mountain view, scott budman, nbc bay area news. >> okay. thank you, scott. all of that money used for the space shuttle program will come to the silicon valley for new
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technology like this. it's a pretty exciting time around here. >> very exciting. it's going to be a very exciting weekend, too, because you can go outside and not get fried, right? >> that's right. very impressive and rolling into san francisco with that fog building up to 1500 feet off shore. already dropping numbers, 66 in san francisco. winds northwest at 8 but they are starting to shift to more of an onshore wind cooling us off. 69 in san mateo and warm in the east bay with 86 in livermore, 88 in concord and 73 in napa. the bay area was a major transition, at least this afternoon with the wind shifting. with more fog tomorrow morning, we're going to see that cooling and plenty of 80s coming back. we have a mix of a little bit of heat for the seven-day forecast. a little bit of something for everyone. let's get a look at the winds right now. they are starting to shift to a more westerly onshore wind at 5 to 10 miles per hour and it's a flow that will continue to help the numbers go down the next
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couple of days. we also have upper level cooling in the atmosphere as the trough of low pressure pushes down over the next 48 hours. it's going to combine with the onshore flow and keep our numbers right where they should be for this time of year. 80s inland for friday. not only cooler but breezy through the hills. we could see winds 20 to 30 miles per hour and for saturday, fog starts off your weekend there. okay. as we head throughout tonight, we're looking at the fog building up as we saw in the san francisco skycam. it looks pretty extensive into the north bay and down the peninsula as well. not too much in the east bay by 11:00 p.m. or by the morning hours we see fog move into the communities into oakland and berkeley and novato and coastal regions and well and tomorrow by 11:00 a.m., the fog pushes back and we look at a good amount of sunshine. however, at 11:00 a.m., for those of new san francisco, we could have cloud cover lingering around or into the afternoon before we see that window of
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clearing. okay. for the morning hours, 58 in gilroy, 59 in fairfield and 57 in san rafael and for tomorrow, we are going to go warm. not quite hot. 86 in evergreen, 84 in san jose, 85 in los gatos, dublin, 79 in redwood city and 79 in san mateo with 67 in san francisco. and for concord, 88. and also into kentfield, looking at 80 degrees. in the north bay, plenty of low to mid-80s tomorrow. if you have a three-day weekend, santa rosa, it's looking pretty sweet. on your seven-day forecast, we keep things slow and steady over the next couple of days with mid-to upper 80s. by next wednesday and thursday, the forecast models are hitting a maybe 90 degree weather but it's definitely not going full on heat or no kind of heatwave coming your way. that's why we live in california. those temperatures right there, that's -- that's where we should be this time of year. >> perfection. >> that's right.
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it looks great. we have a big night in sports. it looks great. all we care about here for jessica and i, not who is splitting the money, just that that's going to be football with the 49ers and raiders, right? >> rear ready to republican bell. >> we are, definitely. players and on ners have more to do before they lift the nfl lockout. now it's up to the players. voted 31-0 to pass the resolution and what's the latest, mike? >> reporter: they have not even seen this 300-page agreement or even read through it. there is no deal. we'll continue to talk about this and there will be no deal
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until we agree that this is the right thing to do. they were patting themselves on the back. we will be prepared to open training facilities beginning on saturday, this saturday. we will then be prepared to start the new lead gear next wednesday. subject to the full membership of the players, ratifying the agreement and recertifying as a unit z it shows resolve, but it shows resolve to get that done, too. which is a necessary part of anything that we're doing. so we've got a lot of the things done that we needed to do to be
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the partner or participant in this negotiation with the players. >> we recognize and tried to certainly hear all of what the players were concerned about and they us. and it took a long time but in the end i think it was worth all of the angst, anxiety, over the last several months. if you can come up with a ten-year labor agreement in sports, and get to football and not worry about this for another ten years, it's pretty great. >> reporter: they will make it 35 years before another potential lockout happens. the players have yet to vote on anything and the ffl has given them until news to decide. >> great information, mike. so when the nfl players association accepts this deal,
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how will it affect any proposals on a stadium deal for the 49ers and raiders? darren rovell has more on that. >> reporter: as owners and players draw closer to a collective bargaining agreement, people in san francisco are keeping their eyes pealed as far as not only the season but of course a potential new stadium in santa clara. you work in the 49ers. need the funding to come along with this collective bargaining agreement as well as the assurance that there will be labor peace for the next ten years, which is the length of the deal. obviously it's been a very long work stoppage, 132 days, not only will it be good for fans who want to cheer on the 49ers when we get back to the season but good for fans for the future and where they might be sitting when they watch the 49ers. that could be in santa clara, thanks to a boost with the new cba. back to you. >> thank you, darren. one other note, we spoke to a
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san francisco 49er who says the players are not on the owners time line and feel the nfl is using the media to try to force the players into a deal. so obviously there is still a lot more work to do before this deal is finalized. jessica and raj? >> i'm not going to get my party food ready yet. >> she's just ready about hosting the party come on sundays. right? >> the chips and sal sas, i'll wait until you tell me. >> okay. for a full half hour of bay area sports coverage, including more on the raiders and 49ers and what it could mean, tune in tonight at 10:30. we'll be back in a moment. [ male announcer ] brace yourself for the big, bold taste
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new details of the remarkable turn of events in the brian stow case. the l.a. times is reporting that two new arrests have been made in the beating of the giants' fan. that beating happened opening day at the dodgers stadium and coincidentally the family is telling them that brian gave a thumb's um and may have said his last name in response to a question from a nurse. we have a team of reporters on the story and the very latest after love bites. >> we'll continue our coverage at 7:00 with this case. >> absolutely. we're talking more about the brian stow case and more about the nfl and if the 49ers and raiders are moving in together. also, we'll talk about the guy who -- remember the story of the guy who got the dog out of the world trade center? he's joining us tonight. he's got a new foundation and a new book. >> that's great. thank you. we'll see you at 7:00 and see you again at 11:00 11:00. bye-bye. hello parents, it's going to be a big school year.
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